New GSS Writers!

Our regular readers may have noticed a slight drop in output from Google Sightseeing lately, which is due in part to our drive to find more contributing writers to add to the team. If you’ve missed daily updates, then you’ll…

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Monday, 19th October 2009

Bunjil, the sky God

It’s been a while since we featured a giant geoglyph, so it was with great pleasure that we learned of Australia’s Bunjil geoglyph at the You Yangs National Park in Victoria. “You Yangs” is a derivation of the Aboriginal words…

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Wednesday, 14th October 2009

Canada’s Grand Railway Hotels – Part 2

Thanks to last week’s launch of Google Street View in Canada, our Canadian correspondent Ian has been able to prepare a grand tour of Canada’s Railway Hotels, in 2 parts. Continuing our journey from east to west, looking at Canada’s…

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Tuesday, 13th October 2009

Canada’s Grand Railway Hotels – Part 1

Thanks to this week’s launch of Google Street View in Canada, our Canadian correspondent Ian has been able to prepare a grand tour of Canada’s Railway Hotels, in 2 parts. It is often said that Canada was built on the…

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Friday, 9th October 2009

Canadian and Czech Street Views

Google have just expanded Street View’s coverage to 14 countries with the addition of 11 Canadian cities and regions1, and the Czech city of Prague. We’ve already found some great Street View sights, which you can see on our brand-new…

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Thursday, 8th October 2009

Luzamba airport: plane-wreck central

If you’re a nervous flier, you’d do well to avoid Luzamba airport in northern Angola1. It’s not so much that lots of aircraft crash here (although it seems it’s hardly a rare occurence) — more the fact that the wrecked…

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Wednesday, 7th October 2009
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Piton de la Fournaise (Volcano Week 7)

On the island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean, there are two volcanoes: Piton des Neiges has been inactive for…

Colima (Volcano Week 7)

Colima is an active volcano in Mexico — one of the most active in North America. With an elevation of…

Volcano Week 7

For the seventh year running, volcano week is back!. We have a fascinating line-up of volcano posts scheduled, where we’ll…

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